Poland will cut back on military missions abroad – President
Poland will cut back on military missions abroad and should focus instead on domestic defence, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski said Thursday, signaling what appeared to be a shift in foreign policy.
During ceremonies marking Army Day in Poland, Komorowski, who hails from the ruling Civic Platform (PO) party, said, “We are moving away from the expeditionary policy over-eagerly and carelessly announced in 2007” by a previous government.
Komorowski called for “an end to a casual policy, of casually sending Polish soldiers to far-flung corners of the world.”
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